EDTech

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From AVNation, a podcast for the Education AV market.
March 30, 2018
Managing the audiovisual across your campus network Dante Domain manager allows you to determine who gets access to your Dante signals. Our panel discusses other ways to direct the AV traffic on the network. Wireless collaboration systems have become commonplace on campuses. Which one is the best for you? The connection between digital signage and digital canvas. Read moreEDTech 60: Ed Network
March 2, 2018
Tech managers have to manage relationships with manufacturers, integrators, and the factulty and staff of their organizations. Our panel discusses the best way to manage all these connections. Read moreEDTech 59: Maintaining Relationships
Jan. 26, 2018
Our panel discusses the challenges that will come along with the new HDMI 2.1 specification. What are the best ways to get faculty and staff to collaborate? We also look at managing video signal flow in classrooms and lecture halls. Read moreEDTech 58: HDMI and Collaboration
Dec. 22, 2017
The challenge of Winter installations and renovations in the higher Ed space. We also talk about putting together a digital signage platform for your campus. Read moreEDTech 57: High Risk, High Reward
Nov. 24, 2017
On this episode we discuss- Digital Signage, content management, and Educause Video available below Host: Bill O’Donnell Guests: Ernie Bailey – Ernie Bailey on LinkedIn Rob Raspberry – Rob Raspberry on LinkeIn Steve “Chewie” Stavar – Steve Stavar on LinkeIn Subscribe via RSS Subscribe via iTunes hbspt.cta.load(2373325, 'e97b3fe4-37f0-440c-aad7-612e3ed0643b', {}); hbspt.cta.load(2373325, 'd8135f2f-10ef-4ab9-8eb9-6a1a601dc1d6', {});
Sept. 14, 2017
. The FCC Wireless auction of the 600 and 700mhz frequencies is over and done. The group talks about the changing landscape of the RF spectrum and discuss what, when, and where is this already happening.Video available below Host: Bill O’Donnell Guests: Ernie Bailey – Ernie Bailey on LinkedIn Ryan Schugar – Total Video Products Website Subscribe via RSS Subscribe via iTunes hbspt.cta.load(2373325, 'e97b3fe4-37f0-440c-aad7-612e3ed0643b', {}); hbspt.cta.load(2373325, 'd8135f2f-10ef-4ab9-8eb9-6a1a601dc1d6', {});
July 28, 2017
. At this point Educational tech managers are either in recovery mode or working to finish upgrade projects. We discuss progress and what renew the debate over Assisted or Active learning. Video available below Host: Bill O’Donnell Guests: Earnie Bailey – Ernie Bailey on LinkedIn Robert Rasberry – Drexel University Subscribe via RSS Subscribe via iTunes hbspt.cta.load(2373325, 'e97b3fe4-37f0-440c-aad7-612e3ed0643b', {}); hbspt.cta.load(2373325, 'd8135f2f-10ef-4ab9-8eb9-6a1a601dc1d6', {});
July 10, 2017
Host Bill O’Donnell talks with tech managers and manufacturers about what products and technologies they will take back to their campus. Read more
April 27, 2017
On this episode of EDtech Bill talks with Gina Sansivero from FSR. We cover the importance of local trade shows and niche shows like CCUMC. Read more
March 24, 2017
Editor’s note: we did not have all the information on HDCP 2.2 Pro at the time of this recording. Please read our blog on HDCP 2.2 Pro for more up to date information. Thank you. HDCP 2.2 Pro has been released, we discuss whether this is really about content protection or just a cash grab. Is it a benefit or boondoggle for Higher Education technical departments. Read more

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